bellerive country club
Bellerive Country Club began in 1897 in north St. Louis as a nine-hole course with 166 members. In 1910, the membership incorporated as Bellerive Country Club, naming the club after Louis St. Ange De Bellerive, the last French commander in North America. Bellerive Country Club has hosted multiple notable golfing events including the 1965 US Open, the 2004 U.S. Senior Open, the 2008 BMW Championship, as part of the FedEx Cup Playoffs, the 74th Senior PGA Championship in the spring of 2013 making Bellerive the third club in history to host all four men's Major Championships (US Open, PGA Championship, US Senior Open and Senior PGA Championship). In 2018 Bellerive will play host to the 100th PGA Championship, as the best golfers in the world come once again to St. Louis to contend for the Wanamaker Trophy and “Glory’s Last Shot.”
C2 Limited was retained along with Rogers McCagg to design a multimillion dollar major clubhouse renovation.